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Redmi K20 will also arrive in Blue color as the new images show off

The sub-brand of the Xiaomi, Redmi is going to launch its first flagship killer. It is said by the company that the Redmi K20 will be launched on 28th May. And ahead of the release, we are getting the rumours about the phone. Few days before we got 2 new images of the Redmi k20 and in the images we saw the front and back panel of the phone. And now, Weibo has shown us the new image of the phone. In this image, we can see that the Redmi new phone will arrive in the Blue color.

Redmi K20

It seems that the new Redmi K20 images are taken in a store of China. The images not only reveal that the phone will come in blue and red color but also shows the pop-up selfie camera. We can see from the image that the redmi K20 will come with the slim bezels and no notch on top.

Specs of Redmi K20:

In the image, we can see the more features of the smartphone. These include the specs like Snapdragon 730 SoC. Also from the last rumours we have seen that the phone will come with the 48MP camera. It is interesting to know that the Xiaomi Redmi K20 keeps most of the various features of the K20 pro. The Redmi K20 comes with the 6.39” display along with the 1080X2340 touchscreen.

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Redmi K20
The battery of the Redmi K20 is large and can run whole long day when using. The battery is 4000 mAh. Also, we know that before this Redmi has confirmed some features too. The features are that we will get the fingerprint sensor on the phone. Along with this, the 960 FPS slow-motion video recording is available.
The new images have revealed that the price of the Redmi k20 starts from the CNY 2,599 ($277).

 

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